Time will tell that Charlie Bradshaw may have been one of the most promising coaches UK ever had.
He came to Kentucky from 'Bama where he was an assistant coach under Bear Bryant and on the staff that won the 1961 national championship.
At the helm in Lexington, Bradshaw's 1964 team was ranked #5 in the AP Poll after defeating #1 Ole Miss down in Oxford and whoopin' Auburn 20-0. However, things went south and the team wound up 5–5. The next year, Bradshaw's team defeated #10 Georgia, Ole Miss, and another win over Georgia. But star QB Rick Norton went down with a broken leg and the Wildcats finished 6-4.
Bradshaw was the last Kentucky coach to defeat a #1 ranked team until Rich Brooks came to town and beat #1 LSU in 2007. He was also the last UK coach to defeat UT twice in Knoxville and the and the last Kentucky coach to post two wins against Auburn.
So, let's pretend that you were, say, a promising stud at St. Joe Prep in Bardstown and you went to Charlie's football camp in 1966. Here's the shirt we hope he would've liked the campers to wear.This super-soft, baby-knit t-shirt looks great on both men and women – it fits like a well-loved favorite. Made from 100% cotton, except for heather colors, which contain polyester.
• 100% ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
• Baby-knit jersey
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Cover stitched and hemmed sleeves